The 2005 Annual Conference took place on 9th-11th September, at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford.
The papers presented included:
Presidential address: Prof. Nigel Biggar Professor of Theology and Ethics at Trinity College, Dublin: 'The Christian Contribution to Public Discussion'
Prof. Daniel Boyarin Hermann P. and Sophia Taubman Professor of Talmudic Culture, Departments of Near Eastern Studies and Rhetoric, University of California at Berkeley: 'Judaism as a Free Church: John Yoder and Diasporic Religion'
Dr Luke Bretherton Lecturer in Theology & Ministry, King's College London: 'Bare life, globalisation and the duty of care to refugees'
Dr Stefan Heuser Chair of Ethics in the Theological Faculty of Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg: 'The homo sacer and the Right of Asylum'
Dr Daleep Mukarji Director of Christian Aid: 'International dimensions of crisis in displacement, refugees and migration'
Dr Christine Pohl Professor of Church in Society, Asbury Theological Seminary: 'Responding to Strangers: Insights from the Christian Tradition'
Mr Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah Senior Research Fellow & Head of Migration, Equalities and Citizenship Team, Institute for Public Policy Research: 'Managing the unmanageable? The many challenges of migration policy making'
There was also a panel discussion with Mr Jonathan Duke Evans of the Home Office, Revd Vaughan Jones, Director of Praxis, and Daleep Mukarji.